In honesty, even though they might not want to admit it, there are often gaps in organizations between best intentions and execution. So how do companies make sure that the actual day-to-day culture aligns with it’s values. How do they fill any recognizable gaps.
Trying to find transparent ways of sharing data across an organization may not solve all problems in a power-based silo culture, though looking at it can be a tactic to start discussions on collaboration.
The quick answer to the question is: No, not if the corporate culture is one that values and supports diversity. I’ve been struggling with whether or not to write a post on culture. I usually try to make my posts be positive and forward looking. And yet, I can’t write an article on culture without […]